Critical Thinking

Description

Description

Workshops offered by Altitude are reserved exclusively to graduate students , doctoral and postdoctoral fellows . A fee may be charged in case of non-excused absence .

This seminar is aimed at current and future professionals who are faced with challenging problems in their expertise domains and want to learn how critical thinking techniques can help them find the best solutions. This interactive seminar covers techniques that will enable participants to learn how to generate new ideas, evaluate ideas objectively, make better decisions, challenge related viewpoints, and solve problems more effectively.

More information
Language
English
Alternate version
This workshop is not offered in the other official language at this time.
Audience
  • Student
Approval
Your request must be approved by a supervisor.
Delivery mode
In class
Accessibility
If you have any accessibility needs, please contact the service offering the workshop as soon as possible so we can ensure your accessibility needs are met (see your invitation for contact information
Dates1
  • FSS12003

 0 of 15 seat available

A minimum of 5 participants is required to offer this workshop

Full